The word ‘daughter’ denotes, especially in Indian culture, a specific role played by a girl as the reservoir of family repute, a symbol of obedience and an embodiment of the mother’s aptitude. It seems as if every daughter is born with some kind of debt, owing to her mother, to be paid by reincarnating her mother’s self and perpetuating the aspiration and values of the mother’s private domain. The amount of closeness, ripened during the upbringing of the daughter, fixes mother and daughter in a relationship of its kind, glued with the knots of perennial dilemma. Stupefied by the mother’s expectations and demanding nature, the daughter generally seeks a secure refuge, either in education or in a lover, not knowing the consequences of the impending separation. Imagine how the understanding of this relationship can improve your performance in your family. To gain a sense of security in your personal relations and to value the amount of intimacy you share either with your mother or daughter, do read and find out the magic of this relationship.